Saturday, September 28, 2013

Game #160: Brewers 4, Mets 2

Call it deja-vu all over again. (Although nicer than yesterday - no one got beaned this time.)

Carlos Torres allowed three early runs and the Mets couldn't get any offense going, falling to the Brewers 4-2 once again.

The Bad Stuff:
  • Carlos Torres allowed a home run to Norichika Aoki on the fourth pitch of the game, then later in the 1st set up Khris Davis for a two-run shot. Milwaukee's immediate 3-0 lead would go unchallenged all night.
  • New York only had three at-bats with RISP and stranded five.
The Good Stuff:
  • Torres kept the damage to the 1st, lasting six innings and allowing no more runs and two more hits, walking one and striking out seven on 100 pitches.
  • Justin Turner had a nice night at the plate, going 2-4 with a run and an RBI in the cleanup slot.
Final Analysis:
Do we really have to wait another day for that Piazza Party?


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